This "old fashioned" cola soda has a burst of true cola flavor with a spicy kick. Nichol Kola is back on the market today, being made with premium ingredients such as kola nut, neroli, coriander, and cinnamon for an old-fashioned cola flavor that lacks the chemical taste of today's mainstream colas.
Features of Nichol Kola:
- Became "America's Taste Sensation" when it was first produced in 1936
- Sweetened with cane sugar
- 12 ounce glass bottles
History of Nichol Kola
Nichol Kola was named after its original owner, Harry R. Nicholson Sr. He started his company in Baltimore in the early 1900's and came up with Nichol Kola in the 1930's. Originally it sold for a nickel. It's not a nickel, yet it is still "America's taste Sensation". Nichol Kola was bought by Coca-Cola in the early 1950s and phased out. Nichol Kola has been brought back to life for a new generation of soda pop enthusiasts and is currently bottled by Orca Beverage Works at their "retro soda facility" in Mukilteo, Washington.